Corgi LaForge tattoo by Westhanded at EOD Tattoo in Denver, Colorado.
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There’s no doubt that the people over at Anovos make great costume replicas, and this gorgeous Captain Picard jacket is no exception.
Patterned and color-matched after a screen-used jacket from a private collection, this replica comes complete with a satin interior lining, full body front zipper closure, and an inner pocket.
The original jacket was designed by Robert Blackman with direct input from Sir Patrick Stewart himself. The synthetic fibers in the replica jacket have been color matched to the preserved screen-used jacket and it is made from from polyester, cotton, and microsuede.
Just stunning. You can pre-order the jacket now with shipment slated for April 2015.
Product Page ($299.99)
Captain Picard is known for the facepalm, but did you know about the “maneuver”?
It wasn’t some nervous tic on the part of Patrick Stewart but the result of a wardrobe change in season three that got rid of the spandex jumpsuits in favor of two-piece outfits. Apparently, that jacket just wouldn’t stay in place.
See Also: Riker takes a seat with style
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I’m not the kind of gal who carries a purse regularly, but if I need to carry a purse, I’m not likely to go with something plain or nondescript. Because, hey, that’s no fun!
This new Star Trek:The Original Series Retro Tech Purse is a great option. It’s fun, unique, and matches any Star Trek themed outfit or event.
It’s a satchel-style handbag that comes with a removable and adjustable shoulder strap, so you have the option to sling it or carry it – which makes it great for cons and other events where you may need a more versatile purse. It also has a Trek style gold inner lining and gold, blue, and red detailing.
Head after the break to see more pictures.
Star Trek’s Christopher Pike didn’t have an easy time. He was severely injured by radiation and left paralyzed. He was confined to a wheelchair and could only communicate through a light built into the device. This sublimated t-shirt from ThinkGeek captures the front of Pike’s black wheelchair. It’s an obscure reference and a little sad.
More pics after the break.
These Star Trek slippers will keep your toes warm as the temperature falls. They come in both men’s and women’s sizes and are available in either Gold (Command), Blue (Science), or Red (Engineering/Security) with matching insignias. These are officially licensed products and have no-slip bottoms to keep you from falling, but if you opt for the red ones even that safety feature might not save you.
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There is plenty of Star Trek cosplay at your average convention, but this is cleverer than most. CaptCash chose to dress as a redshirt who is on an away mission at Comic-Con. He staged every single one as though he was in dire straits from being eaten by a dragon to being run over by a truck. As much as the convention wanted to kill him, he managed to survive every ordeal. Next year he might not be so lucky.
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Remember that pic we posted of LeVar Purrton, the kitty cat that was all dressed up to look like Star Trek’s Geordi La Forge? Well, it looks like there are now two adorably cute, VISOR-wearing pets in the Starfleet now.
Check out Corgi La Forge, who’s depicted above hanging out on the beach after taking a well-deserved break from barking at Klingons all day.
Are you ready to become the Klingon Chief of Security aboard the Enterprise? Who isn’t?! ThinkGeek’s newest costume hoodie lets you dress up like Worf without channeling his grumpiness or applying prosthetics. The zip-up design is modeled on the two piece uniform used in seasons three through seven of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It even comes with a sewn on Klingon warrior’s sash.
See more photos of the uniform-jacket after the break.
The temperatures are dropping which means winter is on its way! As you’re preparing for cold winds and snow flurries, why not update your winter wardobe with some new geek fashions?
Whether its clothing or accessories, you can find gear for the chilly weather that’s inspired by basically every fandom. Find a variety of comfy, stylish winter options for both men and women after the break.